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CBS
Jul 28, 2012 6:00pm EDT
championships are going on, morgan state university. though it's fun and games outside, inside the student center is serious business. doctors are checking young athletes for heart conditions that can predispose them to suddenly death. when the heart just stops. >> it's something we think is comprehensive, yet focused. it covers about 80 to 90% of the conditions that could potentially displace them to sudden cardiac arrest. >> her son died from sudden cardiac arrest. now she's spreading the word about early detection. >> and it's just the worst thing in the world to lose a child. and if he had heard him screaming, he still might be here with us. >> there are no risk factors with us. it is genetic and often herreditary. >> reporter: doctors say most people don't show any symptoms. that scares tony allen, whose son angelo is getting tested. >> we're getting him screened just in case. >> reporter: that's why they are having 600 people nationwide get tested to prevent another tragedy. >> it's your child's life. take a minute to do that. >> reporter: andrea fujii, wjz eyewitness news. >> if you
WHUT
Jul 22, 2012 10:00am EDT
? >> it started when i was old. i started accounting and economics. 74-78, morgan state university. then, i did my masters at the university of cincinnati in ohio. after working for about 12 years, i went back to the university at home. then, a practice as a lawyer and as a politician. >> then, in the government, you have been the minister of trade, tourism, transportation, and some other things as well? >> yes. i served under the fed president. i studied to the office of the president. then, as the acting minister of presidential affairs responsible for the army, for the public safety, and for the police. then i went as minister of trade. every time, it was trade, industry, tourism, and wildlife. >> in fact, now it has been broken. each ministry his 50 ministries, trade and industry, wildlife, tourism. then, i became the minister of works and transportation. >> a lot of cell phones there? >> botswana has 99% coverage. as we move forward, we hope that these will be used to uplift the lives of the people. >> they use and now for commerce. >> yes. >> making deals for things. >> yes. >> the question
CBS
Jul 29, 2012 8:00am EDT
of miles away from the london olympics, the junior olympic championships are going on at morgan state university. though, it is fun and games outside. inside the student center, it is serious business. doctors are checking young athletes for heart conditions that can predispose them to certain death when the heart just stops. >> it is comprehensive and yet focused and it covers 80 to 90% of the conditions. >> they will have sudden cardiac arrest. >> reporter: his son died from sudden cardiac arrest. now she is spreading the word about early detection. >> it is the worse thing to lose a child. if he had a screening, he still might be here with us. >> reporter: no risk factors and strictly genetic and often hereditary. and most don't show systems. this boy is getting tested. >> just in case. >> reporter: that's why it helped hundreds to get tested to prevent tragedy. >> it is a minute to do that. >> reporter: if you missed yesterday's screening, you can log on to wjz.com for more information. a massive sinkhole continues to wreak havoc in northeast big. they are still without water and
CSPAN
Jul 30, 2012 8:30pm EDT
from what i was used to. morgan state university is a historically black college and university, and it's a really small school. it was something that would be a tribal college university in your community, and going to georgetown where we had people not just from all the united states, but all over the world coming and attending this school, i had sons and daughters of united states' senators, governors, high politicians, business leaders, business owners coming, and they were my classmates, and sitting in that room and looking around in classrooms just the same size as this auditorium with every seat filled to capacity, i wondered how did i end up in this room with these people that knew something about what it was like to be an indian person, knew nothing about my family, my background, that probably had a lot of this -- this -- their path predestined for them. i felt i was covering my own -- carving my own path. the more i sat there the more i realized i belonged there. i worked hard. i studied. i knew what i wanted to do in terms of helping my communities. i knew this was one avenu
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